Look up Pd or PD in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. PD, P.D., or Pd may refer to: Contents 1 Political parties, 2 Publications, 3 Physical sciences, 4 Medicine, 5 Computer programs, 6 Video games, 7 Places, 8 Economics and business, 9 Law, government, and society, 10 Other uses, 11 See also, Political parties: Democratic Party of Albania (Partia Demokratike), Democratic Party (Indonesia) (Partai Demokrat), Democratic Liberal Party (Romania), named Democratic Party between 1992 and 2008 (Partidul Democrat), Democratic Party (Italy) (Partito Democratico), People's Democracy, a defunct political organization in Ireland, Progressive Democrats, a defunct political party in the Republic of Ireland, Democratic Party - (Partia Demokratyczna -, Poland, Publications: People's Democracy (Journal), Weekly Organ of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), Physical sciences: Palladium (chemical element symbol), Partial discharge, an undesirable discharge phenomenon in high voltage dielectrics, Photodiode, Potential difference (voltage), Medicine: Cell surface protein PD-1, Paleolithic diet, a diet based on presumed ancient diet, Parkinson's disease, a degenerative neurological condition, Peritoneal dialysis, Personality disorder, Physical Diagnosis, a course in Medical School, Polydipsia, Progressive disease, oncology term, Pupillary distance in optometry, Computer programs: Perfect Dark (P2P), a Japanese peer-to-peer file-sharing (P2P) application designed for use with Microsoft Windows, Pure Data the graphical audio-processing language, Video games: Perfect Dark (series), a series of video games that includes the following titles:, Perfect Dark, the debut video game in the series, Perfect Dark (Game Boy Color), the second video game in the series, Perfect Dark (Xbox Live Arcade), the remake of the original game, Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, fourth installments of Pokémon game, Polyphony Digital, developer of the Gran Turismo series., Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA, a rhythm game developed by SEGA featuring Crypton Future Media's Vocaloid characters, Princess Daisy, a Nintendo character, Places: Province of Padua, Italy (ISO 3166-2:IT), PD Draw, a bridge over the Passaic River, Economics and business: Personal development, as used in the self-help and personal growth industry, Probability of default, used in finance (Basel II), Professional degree, or First professional degree, Professional development, Price discrimination, Program director, Policy Deployment, used in Danaher Business Systems, Law, government, and society: Police department, Preventive detention, Property damage liability, in insurance, Public defender, Public domain, Other uses: Axiom of projective determinacy, Period, American English for "full stop", as used in coded military communication (e.g., WWII), Peu difficile, a French climbing/mountaineering grade, Phase-change Dual, an optical media format, Phelps Dodge a former American mining company, now part of Freeport-McMoRan., Phenyldichloroarsine, a blister agent, The Plain Dealer, Cleveland, Ohio, USA newspaper, Point-defence as a prefix for weapons, Porter Airlines (IATA airline designator), Post Diaspora, in the Honorverse series of science fiction novels, Principia Discordia, a holy text in Discordianism, Privatdozent, title/position especially in the German university, Production diary, in film-making, Pumpe Düse, a Volkswagen Group name for Unit Injector diesel engine technology, Pushing Daisies, an American Broadcasting Company television show, A Postdoctoral Research position; a "post-doc"., Production designer, in film or television, Parkway Drive, an Australian Metalcore band, Pentium D, dual-core variant of Pentium 4

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